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  • Casper George Garrett and Anna Marie Garrett, who are known in the book as Papa and Mama, are seen with four of their children, circa 1897.
    Courtesy David Nicholson
    In his book, The Garretts of Columbia: A Black South Carolina Family from Slavery to the Dawn of Integration, David Nicholson tells the story of his great-grandparents, Casper George Garrett and his wife, Anna Maria, and their family.A multigenerational story of hope and resilience, The Garretts of Columbia is an American history of Black struggle, sacrifice, and achievement - a family history as American history, rich with pivotal events viewed through the lens of the Garretts's lives.
  • Boston Tea Party, State House Mural, Boston, Mass.
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    On the Journal this week we will be talking with Robert James Fichter about his book, Tea: Consumption, Politics, and Revolution, 1773–1776.Fitcher says that despite the so-called Boston Tea Party in 1773, two large shipments of tea from the East India Company survived and were ultimately drunk in North America. Their survival shaped the politics of the years ahead, impeded efforts to reimburse the company for the tea lost in Boston Harbor, and hinted at the enduring potency of consumerism in revolutionary politics.
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  • The diamond ring effect is seen as the moon partially covers the sun during a total solar eclipse, as seen from Progressive Field in Cleveland on Monday, April 8, 2024
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    On this episode of the South Carolina Lede for April 9, 2024: we preview the week ahead in the SC Statehouse; we hear reaction from Sen. Lindsey Graham on former President Donald Trump’s plans to end the Russia-Ukraine war; we have a feature from Victoria Hansen on Charleston’s new mayor; and more!
  • Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.) and Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.)
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    On this Spring Break episode of the South Carolina Lede for April 2, 2024: Gavin Jackson’s interview of Democratic Congressman Jim Clyburn and Republican Congresswoman Nancy Mace, featured on This Week in South Carolina, where they discuss the falling of Maryland’s Francis Scott Key Bridge, and how it may impact the Port of Charleston.
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